Effective October 6, masks are required for EVERYONE entering the Kroc Center.

Non-members are permitted entry via limited Day Passes during Open Swim hours.

The Kroc and Covid-19:

Statement on current safety measures


Things to Know

February 23, 2020


Dear Members and Guests –   


Out of an abundance of caution and to keep all of those who use our facility safe, we require that all individuals must wear a mask (unless noted below) to enter our facility. Masks also must be word at all times (except in cases noted below). This policy was put in place on October 6, 2020, and is still in effect.


Additionally, we are screening members and guests and doing temperature checks upon entry. All visitors  and staff must enter our main (south) entrance. There will be stations set up inside the doors where staff will be asking questions and taking temperatures. We ask for your kindness and patience with each other and our staff. 


Our policy on mask wearing and temperature screening is set by The Salvation Army of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, and applies to the Kroc Center and all of our facilities in Green Bay. The safety of our members and guests is our highest priority, and we will continue to enforce the policy of our Division until further notice.


The only area in the center where masks are not required is in the Kroc pool. Anyone on the pool deck must wear a mask. Below is a breakdown of mask requirements by age.


  • Individuals from ages 5 and up must wear a mask in our facility
  • Children from ages 2-4 are strongly encouraged to wear a mask in our facility
  • Children who are under age 2 should not wear a mask in our facility per CDC recommendations

We want to remind you of the many virtual options we have and will continue to offer. These options include daily fitness classes and select registration classes. View our current registration guide and Kroc Calendar to see what classes have virtual options or call us at 920.884.5007. Please reach out to your instructors for more information regarding availability of classes and any additional follow up questions you may have.  


We are asking you to help us prevent further spread. If you or a member of your family has developed symptoms of COVID-19, meets the CDC definition for close contact with someone who has COVID-19, or suspects that a family member may have COVID-19, please stay home.  If this is the case and you have recently visited the Kroc, we ask you please let us know immediately.  

We know these are challenging times, and we ask for your patience and kindness as we make changes to help us all navigate the coming weeks safely. Community is not just important – it is the foundation upon which we are built. And at this time, we need the help of you, our community, to implement these safety precautions for the greater good. 


God Bless,   

Majors Matt and Malinda O’Neil  


A proper face covering consists of a 2 layer cloth mask, worn closely over the nose and mouth. Anyone inside the Kroc Center is required to wear an adequate mask properly at all times. View CDC mask guidelines HERE.

Green Bay Kroc

Adapted Services

and Resources

Health and Fitness

  • Effective October 6, you MUST wear a mask to enter the Kroc Center. If you cannot wear a mask for any reason, we invite you to participate in our virtual activities.
  • Children 5+ must wear a mask, children ages 2-4 are strongly encouraged to wear a mask, and children under the age of 2 are not required to wear a mask.
  • Everyone entering the Kroc will be screened. See below for what this means.
  • The only exception for mask-wearing in the center is for anyone in the Kroc pool.
  • Fitness classes that take place outdoors will not require masks, but if classes need to be moved indoors due to weather, masks will be required.
  • We want to be able to continue to stay open for your use. We know things are difficult, but we appreciate your patience and kindness while we implement necessary safety precautions.


The Screening Process:

What is it like?

Everyone visiting the Kroc must enter through our main (south) entrance.


  1. Just inside the doors you will stop at our screening station.
  2. A masked staff member will ask you a few questions.
  3. The staff member will then take your temperature using a touchless scanner.
  4. If you are determined to pose a safety risk due to your answers or temperature, you will be asked to leave.
  5. If all is well, you are welcome to proceed to member check in. We ask that you wear your mask properly at all times while in the facility, and follow all other safety precautions such as hand washing and social distancing.



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